Rush Limbaugh Ponders Theory Of Evolution On National Radio Show

Radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh leaped headfirst into the debate on evolution we he opined on national trending topic of Harambe, the gorilla shot and killed at the Cincinnati Zoo over the weekend after a young boy fell into the enclosure. He pondered aloud to his audience how the existence of apes and other primates is not absolute proof against the theory of evolution.

Some quotes from the show include:

Don’t doubt me on this. A lot of people think that all of us used to be gorillas, and they’re looking for the missing link out there. The evolution crowd. They think we were originally apes… If we were the original apes, then how come Harambe is still an ape, and how come he didn’t become one of us?

And:

All I know is I’ve never been a chimpanzee, I don’t believe this garbage I ever was because we were chimpanzee, why are the chimpanzees still here? If we were baboons, you know, if we evolved from that, what happened to them? Why didn’t they evolve? How come they got stuck still being idiot gorillas and stuff and we got to be humans?

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